Created by: gmhnQuilts
Project

Pirate Cinch Sacks

What advice would you give someone starting this project? I wasn't going to watch the video because I already know how to make drawstring bags, but I decided to go ahead and watch it anyway and I'm glad that I did. There were a couple tips in there {or techniques maybe} that I thought were genius {Um... RIBBON to turn to tube?? YES!!!} So I say just because you already know how to do it doesn't mean you won't learn something new that surprises you.

You Can Make This

gmhnQuilts made Pirate Cinch Sacks with:

Bag-Making Basics: Drawstring Bag & Bucket Bag

Online Class

Bag-Making Basics: Drawstring Bag & Bucket Bag

with Kristin Link

  • cotton fat quarters

Project Description

What advice would you give someone starting this project? I wasn't going to watch the video because I already know how to make drawstring bags, but I decided to go ahead and watch it anyway and I'm glad that I did. There were a couple tips in there {or techniques maybe} that I thought were genius {Um... RIBBON to turn to tube?? YES!!!} So I say just because you already know how to do it doesn't mean you won't learn something new that surprises you.

Q&A with gmhnQuilts

ijstacy asked:
oh, i like your style!
gmhnQuilts answered:
Thanks
K Lee 2Strings asked:
Great bags & love your renaming of them for boys!
gmhnQuilts answered:
LOL thanks
patz in suffolk asked:
Super! (Yes - "cinch bags" is good - don't tell the boys they used to be called "Dorothy bags" in England when I was a child!)
gmhnQuilts answered:
Oh I haven't heard of Dorothy bags.. I'm going to have to google that and learn about it... lol
holmar58 asked:
I love the prints you chose for your "cinch sacks"....great idea flipping around the panels...I like how it looks, I think I'll try that method next time I make this bag!
gmhnQuilts answered:
thank you!

Skill Level

Beginner

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